Seri Lee
Seri Lee
Born: 04/20/1993
Height: 5-4
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Orange, CA
High School: Tustin HS
Experience: 1V

CSF '11-12: Se Ri Lee made a major impact on the Titan program as a true freshman... she compiled a seasonal scoring average of 78.52 strokes over 27 rounds... her best finish was sixth place at the Lexus Classic in Fresno in mid-March with a 9-over-par 225... best round of the year was a 72 on opening 18 holes of the Anteater Invitational at Dove Canyon in March.

HIGH SCHOOL: Lee was a four-time Most Valuable Golfer at Tustin High for the Tillers and Coac Joe Pino... won the Empire League championship as a senior after placing second twice and third in Century League finals as an underclassman... as a senior broke the league and school records with a 5-under-par 31 for 9 holes in a school match at Tustin Ranch Golf Club... averaged 34 strokes over each 9 holes... made the Top 10 in CIF Regionals three times... made the honor roll all four years with a cumulative gpa of 3.8 including a 4.75 in her final semester.

PERSONAL: Born on Apr. 20, 1993, in Seoul, South Korea... parents are Jae Kook Lee and Nam Young Lee... has an older sister, Sarah, and an older brother, Daniel... English literature major... goal is to become a professional golfer as well as an influential teacher in both English and golf in Korea or Vancouver, Canada, where she grew up... she has been playing golf only six years after a fledgling water polo career... career best round was a 5-under-par total at Tustin Ranch... had Top 5 finishes at the Long Beach City Open (fifth) and Los Angeles City Open (tie for third)... had a Top 10 finish in an AJGA tourney and a pair of top 10s in the Toyota Tour Cup series... averaged 76.3 strokes during summer of 2011 including the U.S. Open qualifier at Oak Valley.... her teaching pro is Ken Klitz... chose Fullerton because it was close to home and Coach Bonanni was someone she wanted to learn from... credits her father, Jae, for most influence on her golf career: "he hammered into me that there is no substitute for hard work and no short cut to success"... she enjoys swimming and reading Russian literature."